Design: FELIXX with JVantSpijker
The Dutch design offices Felixx and jvantspijker, together with Orri Steinarsson, have won the international urban design competition in Gufunes, Reykjavik. The brief was to strategically redevelop a large coastal area of approximately 140 hectares, at the edge of the city.
Twisting towers mark Danish architect’s first condominium completed in the U.S. More than half of the project’s 98 units are owned by domestic end-users.
Design: POST Architecture
The house is located on heritage protected Amelia Street, as are most streets in the neighbourhood of Cabbagetown in Toronto. As a result the only changes possible to the street-facade were period details typical of the Victorian era.
Design: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners
Along with the shading utilise a wide spectrum of environmental features including harbour water heat rejection, solar panels, rainwater capture and recycling, blackwater treatment, there is a basement with parking for three times more bicycles than cars.